Explanation (Explicacao)

A Trumai woman talks about how the Trumai people used to celebrate the Yamurikuma festivity in old times. The sessions is not exactly a historical narrative, but rather information about historical facts. It also contain songs.
Speaker 12 descreve as transformaçoes que Sol e Lua fizeram na geografia da regiao de Morena. Speaker 12 describes the geographical transformations made by Sun and Moon in the region of Morena, in the middle of the Xingu Reserve.
A Trumai woman explains the main aspects of the Yamurikuma festivity.
Speaker descreve a reclusao dos adolescentes.
A Trumai woman explains the main aspects of the Yamurikuma festivity.
Speaker 13 conta como os Trumai trocam os nomes das pessoas.
An old woman talks about facts of her childhood and other historical facts related to the Trumai people. She is interviewed by her granddaughter.
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An old woman talks about facts of her childhood and other historical facts related to the Trumai people. She is interviewed by her granddaughter.
Uma mulher Trumai explica o que são os "denetsaks", e descreve a aparência de alguns deles, como anïrkik, ayanu, etc. Depois ela descreve os bichos que moram no ceu, e o que acontece durante as eclipse. ENGLISH : A Trumai woman explains what the "denetsak" are, and gives a few examples of how they look, when and where they might be seen. She also describes the beings who live in the sky, and what happens during the eclipses.
A Trumai woman and her granddaughters perform songs of the Yamurikuma ceremony, interacting with each other sometimes in Trumai, sometimes in Portuguese. The event is very informal; it is not the real festivity, but just a kind of training.
Speaker 12 canto a musica "Ihaha".
A Trumai woman and her granddaughters perform songs of the Yamurikuma ceremony, interacting with each other sometimes in Trumai, sometimes in Portuguese. The event is very informal; it is not the real festivity, but just a kind of training.
Speaker 12 canta mais cantos da festa Ihaha.
A Trumai woman explains the main aspects of the Yamurikuma festivity.
Speaker 6 explica o processo da contra-feitiçaria.
An old woman talks about facts of her childhood and other historical facts related to the Trumai people. She is interviewed by her granddaughter.
SP 6 explica o processo de aprendissagem do chamanismo.
The session consists of four small dialogues, about various topics.
SP 6 conta como A pesquisadora Raquel recebeu um nome Trumai.
A man talks about facts happened in the seventies and eighties in the Xingu reserve.
Speaker 27 explica como pescar com o veneno chamado timbo. FRENCH : explication de la pêche à la nivrée.
An old woman talks about facts of her childhood and other historical facts related to the Trumai people. She is interviewed by her granddaughter.
Uma mulher Trumai define o que é "yaw weleku", parte da pessoa que pode voltar depois da morte para ameaçar os vivos.
Speaker 12 canta a musica cantada quando se constroi a casa dos homems que fica no centro da aldeia.
A man talks about facts happened in the seventies and eighties in the Xingu reserve.
Speaker 27 conta uma Yamorikuma que ela fez no passado.
A Trumai woman and her granddaughters perform songs of the Yamurikuma ceremony, interacting with each other sometimes in Trumai, sometimes in Portuguese. The event is very informal; it is not the real festivity, but just a kind of training.
Speaker 27 canta os cantos da festa feminina Yamorikuma.
A man talks about facts happened in the seventies and eighties in the Xingu reserve.
Speaker 27 conta a doença da sua filha. Essa narrativa apresenta informações interessantes sobre espiritos (denetsak), bichos da agua (kut) e pajelancia.
An old woman talks about facts of her childhood and other historical facts related to the Trumai people. She is interviewed by her granddaughter.
Uma mulher Trumai descreve um tipo de veado, de orelha azul, que atrai os humanos no mato para ficarem perdidos. Ela depois conta uma historia de tal acontecimento na época dos irmões Villas Boas. -ENGLISH- A trumai woman describes a kind of small deer, xith purple ears, which attracts humans in the forest in order to have them lost. Then she illustrate her description with the story of a man she knew who met this kind of deer in the time of the Villas Boas Brothers.
SP 6 explica as palavras daine, daint'a, yerupoho (waura), que designam os antigos, antes de sua transformaçao em bichos quando o dia apareceu.

Citation

Raquel Guirardello-Damian and Emmanuel de Vienne. (1967 - 2008). Item "Explanation (Explicacao)" in collection "Trumai". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0008-3A1C-E. (Accessed 2023-02-08)

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